Although inspired I love IT when my daughter bought me this shirt . By his time in the Navy, Shane Hebzynski says that there is something for nearly everyone. He cited a few examples including a Semper Fidelis for those who support the United States Marines Corps, a cat print for women. What was his inspiration for the cat? He says, “Oh, my own cat, Seven. She has beautiful blue eyes that I thought would really add something to an overall black and white scheme.” He also noted that there are some more playful and vintage designs available. Following this initial opening, Shellback Clothing plans to expand into other areas of fashion. “We know that there are a lot of people making designs out there, but we hope we can offer something to those who might want something a little different but still relatable.” announces a new line of simple patriotic tees. They’re fresh and subtle, and not loud or boastful. The idea started when lead designer Hannah Shamji was looking for a map to represent her home country, but couldn’t find anything that wasn’t overly (or rather, obnoxiously) patriotic.
All the tees were once-a-year type of, to wear on a national birthday or Independence Day I love IT when my daughter bought me this shirt . Hannah wanted a tee with more utility than that, and something a little less…loud. So she decided to make her own. The mymaptee design is subtle and simple: a visually intriguing and abstractly depicted continent on a clean solid colored tee (or tank). These map tees can be worn on any occasion, not just once a year on an Independence Day or when you’re feeling boastfully patriotic. Plus, they’re abstract enough that if others don’t know their geography too well, they may find themselves staring at your tee with curiosity. There’s no text, no mymaptee branding – just a clean map of a continent in bubbles. It’s quite intriguing.Right now the collection features continents which may seem like a really small selection – and it is – but mymaptee is about a design that’s timeless. And it’s also about staying connected; not drilling down to your country but staying more global, more centered rather than being the center.